Secondary electron emission yield in ionic liquids from electron bombardment
Lipari, Nicholas M.
Wickenden, Pierce E.
Capece, Angela M.
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Secondary electron emission (SEE) data is available on metals, but little data is available on liquids. The goal of this work is to measure SEE yield of ionic liquids (IL). Ionic liquids are used for metal nanoparticle synthesis. Applications include drug delivery, biomarkers, cancer therapy, food packaging, and quantum computers. This work will help formulate a theory of electron emission for ionic liquids.
Department of Physics
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